- The long awaited rematch of Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez vs Francisco Estrada is set for March 13.
- Estrada opened as a -150 betting favoite against Chocolatito as a +120 underdog.
- Can Chocolatito Become a P4P great again in 2021?
A rematch eight years after their first encounter is set for the WBA flyweight title. We preview the opening odds Chocolatito vs Estrada odds below, with some betting analysis.
Estrada vs Chocolatito 2 Odds
|Juan Francisco Estrada||-150|
Juan Francisco Estrada enters this fight as the favorite -150, bet $150 to win $150. For Roman Gonzalez as an underdog, you can bet $100 to win $120. For all the best daily odds check out our list of online sportsbooks prior to betting.
In terms of winning probability the oddsmakers are giving Estrada a 60% chance of avenging his loss to Gonzalez. Gonzalez won the first encounter yet opened as the betting underdog. Some experts believe he isn’t in his prime anymore, with a 45% win probability to get a second win over Estrada.
Juan Francisco Estrada is used to be the favorite for the majority of his bouts. Except for both fights against Srisaket Sor Rungvisai – where he was the underdog. Historically Gonzalez is the same, but the tables have turned for this bout, as he enters as a slight betting underdog at +120.
Can Chocolatito Become a Top Ten P4P in 2021?
Legacy wise this is huge for Chocolatito. He has already positioned himself as one of the all time great flyweights. For Estrada this is a huge chance for revenge and it would really cement him as one of the best Mexican boxers of all time.
Both boxers are tremendous operators that box differently. I expect their styles to gel brilliantly, just like it did in the first fight. Estrada has incredible counters that were displayed at their finest most recently against Carlos Cuadras.
I expect Chocolatito to fight with some serious passion and it overall is makes sense that the odds are close. Expect the betting line to move even closer come fight night, with this fight essentially being a pick’em.
Who’s your money on, Chocolatito or Estrada?